Here is the right recipe for a warm and efficient kitchen. If the kitchen is not well charted, even an otherwise swank home could look uncomfortable. And yet when you think about it, you don’t need a large kitchen for it to be functional. A majority of people underestimate the amount of work and time spent in the kitchen. Therefore in addition to beauty, practicality is an important factor to consider for your kitchen space. If you are about to undertake a kitchen remodel, odds are you’ve heard a lot about the kitchen work triangle. Although it’s often hailed by designers as the best way to set up a kitchen, the concept of the kitchen work triangle can be intimidating. In reality, it’s a relatively simple idea that can save time and energy. In simple terms, the kitchen work triangle connects the three main work areas in the kitchen – wash, prepare and cook. As a general guideline the distance between these areas should be no less than 4 feet and no longer than 9 feet. If the distance is too small, it can make a kitchen feel cramped and blocked. If it’s too large it makes cooking a hassle.
Once the work triangle is established, functioning in the kitchen becomes a lot easier. They say ‘cook to work off stress’. Going by this saying, we should design kitchens, which are convenient with Continue reading “Heart of the Home!” »